FEATURED NEW RELEASES:
76 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, Sexual Health, Education
Synopsis: To right the wrongs of his all-American sex education, a 36-year-old goes on a quest to uncover naked truths and hard facts - no matter how awkward it gets. He's on a mission to strip away his sexual shame by meeting with the researchers and educators who are helping us build a healthier, sexier future.
Harlem Rising: A Community Changing The Odds
86 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, African-American Studies, Education, Poverty
Synopsis: Harlem Rising chronicles the remarkable history and lives transformed by Geoffrey Canada’s Harlem Children’s Zone - named one of the most ambitious social experiments created to break the cycle of poverty. Using archival video footage filmed by Black and Brown youth from the 80's, 90's and early 2000's, the film captures the transformation of New York City's Harlem through the unique lens of three generations of students who grew up with the Harlem Children's Zone.
The Ground Between Us
84 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, Environmental Studies
Synopsis: Across the country a debate is raging over a huge swath of America's public lands—putting millions of acres under at risk. As monuments are rescinded and wildlife refuges opened to oil exploration, the American public fights back to preserve the places they love. The Ground Between Us is the story of three families fighting for their future in Alaska, Oregon, and Utah as executive orders and presidential proclamations threaten to change their lives forever. As public land throughout the country makes the headlines of nearly every community newspaper and television station in the country, we are left to ask, how public lands can become the uniting factor in a divided America?
36 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $249
Genre: Documentary, Women's Studies, Biography
Synopsis: Valerie is a documentary about legendary actress Valerie Perrine. From her Academy Award Nominated and Cannes winning role as ‘Honey Bruce’ in the film Lenny, to her iconic role as ‘Eve Teschmacher’ in the original Superman - Valerie has been an inspiration for women, fellow actors and the public at large. This film sets out to explore Valerie’s amazing career and personal life, and offer an intimate look behind the curtain of one of our generation's most respected and epochal actresses.
Wake Up On Mars
74 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, Refugee Studies, Medical Studies
Synopsis: A 10-year-old Roma boy living in Sweden attempts to come to terms with the mysterious Resignation syndrome that has put his two sisters in a coma. The tight-knit family is trying to rebuild a normal life far from their native Kosovo where they were victims of persecution. While their entire future hangs in the balance of a pending asylum request, the little boy dreams of building a spaceship to leave it all behind.
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